Sheriff unveils cameras ragged by deputies, says they’re a ‘right thing to do’

Come this summer, scores of Broward Sheriff’s deputies might be wearing physique cameras while on duty, a series that will eventually strech 1500, a group announced Tuesday.

While job a record “controversial,” Sheriff Scott Israel pronounced a cameras — already ragged by 50 deputies and that will eventually be used for highway patrol, K-9, motorcycles and special operations — are “the right thing to do.

“We are a pure agency,” Israel said. “We are not fearful of what goes on out in a street.”

Outfitting officers with cameras is a response by departments opposite a nation after citizens’ cellphone recordings of military bungle and during times, brutality, have left viral.